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, the story of this little boy. and piper's book dan piper i think is his name, 90 minutes in heaven. >> yeah. >> sean: what do you think happens when you die? what do you think happens? >> well, the bible says real clearly to be absent from the body is to be present with the lord. in other words, i instantly go into the presence of god. >> sean: that's it? >> that's it. who delay. you go directly. >> sean: but you believe in hell? >> of course, i do. >> sean: so some people are not instantly. >> the bible says jesus said to the thief on one side of the cross he said lord remember me when you come into the the kingdom and jesus said today, this day you will be in paradise. not tomorrow. not in a year. today. >> sean: so if straight and narrow is the way and few are those who find it, does that mean few get to heaven? >> well, certainly it does. and. >> sean: so that the majority of us then go to hell? >> the issue is this. >> sean: not a great thing to be talking about at christmas time. by the way. >> two doors. this goes to life with eternity with god and this one says eternity without god.
the majority of the city's revenue. all of those payments were made by piper until we undertook this project. we asked the team -- how do we modernize how we do our work and provide better customer service of the same time? that made for a lot of work in our office. >> the team is an interesting combination of talents and personalities. we have a lot of people who stepped up and became real leaders for the project. >> i've been working for the city for almost 20 years now. i've seen data entry, a paper form scanning, to online filing. we made it easier for the taxpayer to file. we were able to save a lot of money. >> the amount of support in this organization around change and each other is really incredible. you have senior managers who were just so open to the learning process. it makes the process so much easier. it is such a pleasure to go through. >> we have seen a reduction in paper that has been dramatic. we have converted nearly 100% of all of our paper filings to online filings. this work is critical to the city and county of san francisco. they delivered. they made it work. they su
at the intersays of nobodiesville road and piper lane. officer chris young was riding on a motorcycle at the time. you can see the van was the other vehicle. we're still gathering information about this accident. we'll bring you more throughout the evening. >>> it's been a cold new year's eve so far today. doug kammerer has the forecast for us. >> things looking okay out there. look for a sprinkle, maybe a flurry, but don't expect it to impact your plans. take a look, and the cloud cover continues to make a way in. you can see a lot of what looks like rain and snow back toward the west, but most of this not reaching the ground. the atmosphere just a little too dry. as i mentioned, maybe a sprinkle or flurry. later on, i'll update the exact midnight temperatures. many of those locations all looking pretty good. i'll talk about that coming up, plus how cold will we start off 2013. >>> about a million people expected to jam to watch the crystal ball drop. right now people are already starting to gather for the annual new year's eve countdown. jay gray has been following the preparation. he has the l
-- the maids a-milking, ladies dancing, lords a-leaping, pipers piping and drummers drumming. the minimum wage did not go up, so neither did hiring lords and ladies. but calling birds, swans, geese, french hens, gold rings and the pear tree all cost more. counting everything, each time it's mentioned in the song, the total for the set is $107,300, plus shipping and handling. > tt's our rogr for now. i'm bob abernethy. you can follow us on twitter and facebook and watch us anytime on the pbs app for iphones and ipads. there's always much more on our website as well. you can comment on all of our stories and share them. audio and video podcasts are also available. join us at pbs.org. as we leave you, scenes from the golden temple in india, where sikhs celebrated the birthday of their founder guru nanak. ♪
decorations are you have the piper and so perfect, decorative stitches to fashion your own material and6 c13 make a great gift. it is heavy we do have them break, and stitching as well as the faux fur and that is also a handwarmer on the other side. imagine if there and the nativity scene in you have your costumes that you need to make.will be that available but taking advantage of $70 off and it is a customer pecan @ sewing machine. here is the singer sewing machine carrying case. $24.95, it is a customer pet.guys love anything singer. very limited this will this is the 5 piece kit with the case. if your looking for perfect stocking stuffer, they will love this. a customer pet with 6 reviews on that. we do have much more coming up with darlene cahill but here is a lesson to our spot a with our good friend brett chuckerman. >>host: agendas spotlight on to leon not redneck who will return on for hsn exclusive line. will feature three brand new state items never seen before in holiday pricing throughout the entire show, you can check out% beaufort pieces that are great for gift giving in to
the piper. the question is the creation of washington of the fiscal cliff or a creation of your investors and bondholders across the world that look at you in the same light as europe some day. we all know that day isn't here. this is a lesson for the republican party, and i think it's a lesson we should all take. instead of when we look at all these programs, mark, where are we going to make cuts and how terrible is this going to be, we need to judge our concern and empat empathy, not by the money, something marco rubio and paul ryan talked about, by the outcomes, not how much we spend but what we get out of it. look at something how much money we throw at it we'll august suggest more, more, more. >> government does such a good job tracking outcomes. >> let's track the outcomes of tax loopholes so if we're going to evaluate outcomes it's important to evaluate the outcomes of tax loopholes. >> how quickly will all this felt? say they have a deal three weeks into the new year, that doesn't help you if you're trying to run an agency budget because you've got to make plans for january 2nd. >
on egypt or and some of those other countries in the region. >> from the "daily piper," right behind you. >> i enjoyed: full debate. -- the colorful debate. what a thought was missing, especially would like to hear from rob and bret, this path leads us down the road the will not lead to more democracy in the middle east, but what is the alternative path? we tried the route of the dictatorship and that another work. -- didthat did nto work. -- ntot work. there are many types of islamists in the region. watching how things are going in egypt, and egypt was mentioned quite a bit here because of the weight it carries, as someone who considers himself a secular, i am not upset arab, about morsi having to face millions of angry egyptians in the street. i take note when it comes to power and the treaty with israel is not the number one priority, when they are not banning alcohol in night clubs for the sake of the economy and tourism. when we talk about islamists, we have to take note that some islamists clark different than others. -- are different than others. >> let me unpack a couple of thou
. piper jaffray calling apple a $900 stock based on fundamentals. it may be, but it's got a ways to go after today, apple losing $3.43 on the day, $8 above its low of the session and trading slightly higher in after hours. crude oil prices down on the day for a fifth straight session closing at 85.56, the decline in crude also showing up at the pump. the average price of a gallon of gasoline dropping 11 cents, and we're looking at an average price of $3.34 a gallon. in the bond market, the yield on the ten-year note stands at 1.61%. well, foreign buyers helping at the margin at least to boost our improved housing market. those buyers accounting for some $82 billion in home sales over the past year. $9 billion of those dollars coming from the chinese, they're second only to those canadians as the largest foreign home buyers in this country. joining us now to discuss the state of the market, the ceo, the president of citimortgage, sanjiv das. good to have you with us. >> thank you, lou. lou lao sanjiv, let's start with the overall robustness, the power of this housing recovery. is that t
, but on lighter volume. shares rose 2.1%. piper jaffray's apple analyst predicts a more steady stock rally next year, and he's stking with his $900 ice taget. it was a pair of business software firms that had the best percentage gains inside the tech sector. citrix systems jumped 4.8%, closing at a two-month high. salesforce.com gained 4.2% to close at a new high. meantime, two big semiconductor makers were in focus as they work to meet the competition intel gained 2.8% to a one-month high. it said it is on track to launch a new generation of semiconductors for smart phones and tablets, a market where intel has been lagging. texas instruments gained 4% after it pushed up the high end of its profit forecast for this quarter. with the government pricing its sale at $32.50 per share, the stock rallied close to that price. shares gained 5.7% on very heavy volume. with this sale, the government bailout of a.i.g. at the depth of the credit crisis will now turn a profit. we have a closer look at a.i.g.'s stock chart on our web site, nbr.com. click on the blogs tab and look for michael kahn. all five o
, reliability and ways to connect. rethink possible. >>> bag pipers followed a funeral procession for one of two volunteer firemen shot and killed in a christmas eve ambush. hundreds waited outside in falling snow for a chance to pay their respect to firefighter and police lieutenant michael chiperini. he and thomas pecusca were killed by a man who set his own home on fire and then waited for firefighters to arrive to kill them. >>> now president obama is vowing to make sure attacks like the one that killed the u.s. ambassador to libya never happen again. >> there was just some sloppiness, not intentional in terms of how we secure embassies in areas where you essentially don't have governments that have a lot of capacity to protect those embassies. >> reporter: on 9/11 this year, terrorists ambushed and killed the u.s. ambassador to libya. >>> at least 40 pilgrims were on the bus headed to iran to perform religious rites. a sunni group claimed responsibility for the attack. >>> in delhi people gathered to protest the death of a 23-year- old victim. her body was returned to india from singapore.
be invading your pipers. they may someday lock you up for a crime that you weren't even thinking of committing. this is like a lawsuit that rick would like. also, it is the repeat instance of the. >> i didn't do anything. don't take me. don't take me. i didn't do anything. neil: why a similar situation at an apple store happen with a woman. i will tell you what happened with the injury after that. the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annl bonus. and everyone likes 50% more... [ midwestern/chicago accent ] cheddar! yeah! 50 percent more [yodeling] yodel-ay-ee-oo. 50% more flash. [ southern accent ] 50 percent more taters. that's where tots come from. [ male announcer ] the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on every purchase plus a 50% annual bonu on the cash you rn. it's the card for people who like more cash. 50% more spy stuff. what's in your wallet? this car is too small. neil: call this a fox business evasion alert. forget third parties or your bangs selling stocks that have increased. what did i tell you? what about the u.
come back, think patriot act. find out why the government may already be invading your pipers. they may someday lock you up for a crime that you weren't even thinking of committing. this is like a lawsuit that rick would like. also, is the repeat instance of the. >> i didn't do anything. don't take me. don't take me. i didn't do anything. neil: why a similar situation at an apple store happen with a woman. i will tell you what happened with the injury after neil: call this a fox business evasion alert. forget third parties or your bangs selling stocks that have increased. what did i tell you? what about the u.s. government becoming a one step spying shop? it's true. well, not quite like that. anyway, new rules are giving the green light to look at everything from your mortgage records to your flight records and even your health records. for whatever reason. even if you are not suspected of a crime. your information is not being looked at by the u.s. government. but it is shared with foreign countries as well. our next guest says this is crossing the line. when i heard about this, i did
david piper is live from bangkok, thailand. >> reporter: this has been a terrifying day for japan bringing back so many memories of that deadly quake and tsunami back in 2011 which took so many lives. and this was a powerful quake. i contacted a number of people in tokyo today and they said buildings shook wildly when the quake struck. the quake's epicenter was about 150 miles under the sea off eastern japan's miyagi prefecture. this is the same area of the massive quake and tsunami there 2011. people were told to evacuate the shore over concerns the tsunami could appear at any time. a small tsunami about three foot high hit the shore but didn't cause any damage. the tsunami warning was later lifted. nobody is thought to have died during the quake but several people have been injured. the japanese people have been very jittery seupbls the 2011 quake and tsunami which took more than 15,000 people and 3,200 are still missing. it also triggered a meltdown of fuel hrodz causing radiation leaks and mass evacuations. many of the communities that were hit hard by the tsunami back then st
missile capable of deliver a warhead. pwaeufdavid piper is streaming live from thailand. >> reporter: north korea wants to get this off without a hitch because the last one failed in april. a spokesman for north korea said there were technical problems with the module of the rocket but didn't elaborate. he said they were extending the launch period from now until december 29th. he added they were going ahead with final preparations for the launch despite those problems. scientists say the problem could be the unusually freezing weather around the site at the moment which could stall the liftoff. analysts are suggesting the delay may be because it's ally china as put pressure on them to stop the launch. the new leader kim jong un seems to be pushing for the rocket test. he calls it a peaceful bid to push toward its space program and says it was the last wish of the country's late president kim jong-il who died last december. december 17th is also an as you suspicious day for the north korea as it founder kim il sung was born a hundred years ago that day. it is possible they will try t
. >> eric: did i say that for 12? >> andrea: you did. 11? [ laughter ] >> andrea: pipers piping. ten, say it, eric? >> eric: lords aleaping. >> andrea: eight maids a milking. six geese a laying. >> bob:♪ three french hens ♪ two turtle doves ♪ partridge in a pear tree >> andrea: very good, robert. >> bob: thank you. made up story after the story about santa claus. santa claus is real. >> andrea: mariah carey, she and fallen brought back one of her songs all i want for christmas is you. take a listen. >> dana: from a great movie. >> ♪ make my wish come true ♪ all i want for christmas ♪ is you ♪ ♪ >> ♪ i don't want a lot more christmas ♪ ♪ there is just one thing i need ♪ ♪ and i don't care about the presents ♪ ♪ underneath the christmas tree ♪ >> andrea: what a great version. i love her. 'canes is from one of my favorite movies ever. >> greg: "love actually." terrible movie. can i make a protest here. when christmas started the life span was only 30 years. we live twice as long. make christmas every other year. >> bob: do you not think she has a great set of lun
bacon, a mass of beautiful red curls. she loved school and dresses. bag pipers played outside the school of victoria soto and a police honor guard saluted her casket. always wanted to be an educator just like her aunt. she died trying to shield her students from the barrage of bullets inside sandy hook elementary. i met one of those students that she saved and was able to make it out alive. >> we were there for four days. such a sad, sad -- and i've covered a lot of horrendous story, but this was unique. you just think of those 20 first grader, 6 and 7 years old. so sad. erin burnett "outfront" starts erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> "outfront" next, investigators today did a new sweep of the house where adam lanza and his mother lived. we asked the police chief what he found and what was his mental state at the time of the shooting? we look at autism and killer's brains as we focus on mental health and tonight, no deal in washington. let's go aufz. good evening, everyone. "outfront" tonight, desperate for answers. investigato
is funding. a super pak from the patriots' side? who pays the piper? >> i will start with meeting at newspaper offices. i quoted john adams 1769 in his diary where he spent his evenings in the print shop james otis was there and they were cooking up things for the newspaper, essays what john adams would call and occurrence. there may be a reference to a concerted effort that tutto other newspapers and other towns what it was like to live in boston under occupation from 1668 to 1770 they would send up the "journal" of transactions every week. this horrible thing happened. this soldier was bad. this soldier was on trial. that was not published in the boston paper but sent to new york and set stage sent up and down the coast then reprinted in boston. that is a definite effort of one side of the political divide to use the power of the press to use the seaboard for profit. who financed that grex it looks like william cooper, the town clerk was involved. simulacrums station samuel adams was the clerk so he earned a salary as a politician. that was a rare. they put the time into those r
quality. four of the wines testified, including this $30 bottle of piper, a french champagne$tt2ñ weren't good enough to make the initial cut. >> they were okay. but they had off notes. we concentrated on some of the better wines. >> reporter: after swirling, sniffing and sipping, three were named consumer reports best buys. among them this blanc, smooth cost justvhz(ñ $16. for $14 this from new mexico rated higher, combined yeasty flavors and a nice mix of >> for sparkling wines which can be opinions sieve these were a great combination of price and quality. -- >> reporter: consumer reports says pay attention to how it feels in your mouth. better qualities will have nice fine bubbles as opposed to larger course bubbles in seltzer water. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. >> i'm thirsty now. >> i have to see your id. >> thanks. >>> what do you want from your well tell you the most popular work resolution and what you may have to do with year boss. >> what it may have to do with [ talking over each other ]uté& >>> bay area school may have gone too far. why one student is in trouble a
pipers piping >> 10 lords a leaping ♪ >> finish the lyrics from this song. listen first and then finish. "carol of the bells." ♪ hark hear will bells sweet silver bells ♪ ♪ all seem to fade >> no, could we hear the song? ♪ la, la, la, la ♪ >> that's enough. >> very, very close. good enough for me. kathie gets that one. >> wait, how many do i have? >> next one. who was the first person to record the song "have yourself a merry little christmas" as sung here by kathie lee gifford? >> oh, let's listen before we do that. >> judy garland in "meet me in st. louis." >> i'm going to give you credit for that. it's not true but i'm going to give you credit. because here's why. the song was introduced by julie garland in the musical "meet me in st. louis" but recorded first by who? >> frank sinatra. >> but kathy gets that >> she's wrong. you're totally cheating with kathie lee. >> what is the single most recorded holiday song? >> "jingle bells." >> incorrect. >> silent -- christmas song? or christmas carol? >> you don't ask -- >> silent night. >> incorrect. >> "white christmas." >> yes.
with the piper lane and that is closed, so cars exiting that are exiting via godwind drive. we'll bring you the latest as we get it. for now, back to you. >>> more breaking news, this time from capitol hill. president obama and senior senate republicans confirm a deal is in the works to prevent tax hikes as midnight. even if the senate were to pass it, sources on capitol hill say the house will not vote on it tonight. as far as the deal goes, nbc news has learned that both sides agreed to keep taxes at their current level for individuals who make up to $400,000 a year, or house december holds up to $450,000. mitch mcconnell says both sides are very close to an overall deal. >> let's pass the tax relief portion now. >> keep in mind just last month republicans in congress said they would never agree to raise tax rates on the wealthiest of americans. obviously the agreement that's currently being discussed would raise those rates and raise them permanently. >> again even if the senate were to pass the deal tonight, the house does not plan to vote on it tonight, but that too could change. >>> d
for profit margins. meantime, materials, the day's worst sector, that weighed on owens illinois. piper jaffray cut outlook seeing same store sales down 30% next quarter. the company will look to make $1 billion in cost cuts in 2013. making that announcement during investor day. exelon, utility, one of the big dividend payers not getting much of a boost. with a 6.9% yield. take a look at the stock today, how utilities continue to get hit. back to you. >> isn't that interesting, bertha? 6.9%. who would say no to that in this environment of rock bottom days. is it possible to make money in these companies after dividends are announced? our money pros give you strategies for dividend payers. does the defense industry have any defense if we go over the fiscal cliff and it's starved of billions of dollars in contracts or are massive job cuts unavoidable and on the horizon? then that millionaire next door, he may no longer be a millionaire, or she f we go over the fiscal cliff. our wealth editor robert frank tal lis up the casualties coming up. you're watching "closing bell" on cnbc. this is
payment on paying the piper. we have to pay for all this government. the big mistake is growing government. >> although there's a room for balance, i don't say peter's wrong entirely, the fact of the matter is the top 2% are not paying their fair share. american people don't think so. the numbers don't add up. if you want a deal here, you're going to have to raise the rates and then if you want to talk about spending cuts, as i think the president will eventually do, you'll see a last-minute agreement. >> first of all, i'm in the top 2%. i'm paying 45% of my total income in income tacks boxes to state of connecticut and the government. >> you need a better accountant, peter. >> more than half of my income is going to go to the government. you tell me, what's fair about that? >> i'll tell you what's fair about that -- >> i'm paying half. excuse me. i don't care what the majority voted to do. they don't have a right to steal my money just because they vote for it. >> i'll tell you what the problem is. we're in a crisis. we're in a crisis caused by the bush policies, unfunded wars, tax cuts w
at some point, everybody's got to pay the piper. >> you would think so. ralph, quantify your bullishness for us, if you can. a lot of houses on the street putting out their forecast for 2013 have been pretty bullish. they see this market as undervalued. they feel once we get the fiscal cliff out of the way that the market will be able to, you know, some of the cash comes back. what does that mean to you if you're bullish as well or ecstatic, as you said. >> in terms of the dow, i'm looking out about six months or so, into the first half of the year. i think that will be the bulk of the move. i think the dow could easily get to 15,000. >> in six months? >> yeah. >> okay. s&p? >> s&p is around, what, 1500. >> it's at 1416 today. >> yeah. >> 1418. >> a little over 1600. >> and is this the beginning of a new secular trend in the market? is this a cyclical bounce? >> no, no, no. you have to stand back and take a long look at what's happened. not day to day. march 2009 low was a generational bottom. we are in a secular bull market. so we're just extending it. we'll have periods of corrections,
piper. we're not all of a sudden going to have 98% of black people voting for us now, right? >> probably not. >> what i think he offers is some similarity to that community where he came up -- he's an african-american man obviously with a poor background, a single mother. he can come out and articulate a message and get into a door and have a little longer of a time to explain what he thinks about and what he believes just simply by his race. and i think we're not going see a huge mass exodus from the democrat party from the african-american party but it's a good start for us to have somebody like tim scott out there. >> we're going to have to leave it there. i know joy is a little skeptical. thanks to hogan gidley and joy reid. have a wonderful holiday, new year if i don't see you. >> thanks, god bless, karen. >>> coming up, republicans do something, anything, can they, to make inroads with latinos? stay with us. [ cellphon irping ] [ buzzing ] bye dad. drive safe. k. love you. [ chirping, buzzing continues ] [ horn honks ] [ buzzing continues ] [ male announcer ] the sprint drive first
products that were pieces of his own soul. he was inventor, pitchman and new wave pid piper all in one. big boss coming through. big boss, people. look alive. >> reporter: tim cook is just a different guy. while he believes in the almighty product just as much. >> how are you not steve jobs? >> in many ways. one of the things he did for me that removed a gigantic burden that would have normally existed is he told me on a couple of occasions before he passed away to never question what he would have done. never ask the question what steve would do, to just do what's right. >> just do what's right. pretty good mantra there, brian, joining us from new york. why did he -- or did mr. cook say, brian, why he wants to bring mac production back to the u.s.? is it really just because he thinks it's the right thing to do or because it's economical now or what? >> well, he didn't speak to motive but i am guessing, tyler, given all the talk about china, given all the china problems they've had, working conditions, salaries, his forced trip over there, i'm guessing they think this would and good idea. t
as far away as america. david piper live in bangkok, thailand, with the very latest. david? >> reporter: hi, megyn, yes. that famous phrase, houston, we've got a problem, well, the normally-secretive north korea has announced they've got a problem also with their planned missile launch over the next few weeks. now, what the spokesman for north korea said was that there was a technical problem with their engine module, and they didn't really elaborate any further than that. but they did say they were extending the launch period from now until december 29th. and they added despite the problems, they were pushing ahead with final preparations for the launch. scientists say the problem could be the unusually freezing weather around the site at the moment which could stall the liftoff. some analysts also suggesting the delay may be, in fact, because its ally, china, has put pressure on by i don't pyongyanp the launch. but kim jong un seems to be pushing for the rocket test. remember, both his father and grandfather. pyongyang has called the planned launch a peaceful bid to push forward its s
th look at spending the government did for me. celtic pipers piping. >> brian: cementic pipersing for the cost. >> it is an institute $20,000 grant that went to a celtic foundation in washington state who bring celtic pipers over to do instruction and performance. >> brian: you say it is not from tom coburns book. this is a lot from the national endowment of the arts. >> yes, this comes from the endowment of the arts and others from stimulus spending. we list all of the lyrics and people can click on the lyrics. >> brian: i look forward to the day when you have nothing to sing about. >> so do a lot of people. no one wants to hear me sing. >> brian: but eric, i will see you next year . very creative. thank you so much. >> brian: coming up straight ahead, the unions say they saved the autoindustry. stewart varny examine the facts. there is the walking shot. did you know the war on christmas is over? that's what newsweek said. we'll see who won. happy birthday to taylor swift. she's 12 -- 20 -- ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] red lobster's crabfest ends soon. hurry in and try five succule
was selling products that were pieces of his own soul. he was inventor, pitch man and new wave pied piper all in one. tim cook is just a different guy. while he believes in the all mighty product just as much. >> how are you not steve jobs? >> in many ways one of the things he did for me that removed a gigantic further that would have normally existed is he told me on a couple of occasions before he passed away to never question what he would have done. never ask the question what steve would do to just do what's right. >> brian williams talking to tim cook. nigeria named one of the most corrupt countries. we'll ask if it's a safe destination for your money. finance minister will join us next. and we can save you 10% on ground shipping over the ups store. look this isn't my first christmas. these deals all seem great at the time... but later... [ shirt ] merry christmas, everybody! not so much. ho ho ho! this isn't that kind of deal. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. on ground shipping at fedex office. >>> is an decide expected to make its presence felt again as november payro
on the eastern seaboard. bill? bill: david piper out of bangkok, thailand. here is the word. the impact zone was off the coast of sendai, japan, where all the damage occurred in march of 2011. this earthquake, a little closer, further away from the coast but the earthquake from a year and a half ago was closer inland. but a much greater magnitude. this was the scene from march of 2011. it was up around a nine. this one about a 7.3. much more, much greater difference between the two. if you advance it one more time here, want to show you impact of march 2011. now the red scene here, the red circle, that's what we're looking at today. compare that to a year and a half ago. you had reverberations down in taiwan. you had areas west of beijing that felt it. entire area of east ish asia was impacted. that is good news now as we continue to track this, martha. martha: bill, thank you. thankfully this appears not to be as bad as last year's devastating 9.0 magnitude quake and tsunami that hit on march the 11th. the disaster triggered a meltdown at the fukushima power plant. it shut down all but two
in our lifetime if the piper will have to get paid. >> days not the day. but maybe in our lifetime. megyn: it's the tweet heard round the world as pope benedict takes to twitter. the message from the leader of the catholic church unleashed the best and worst of one of america's greatest social media outlets. >> reporter: he's trying to convey his messages in 140 characters or less. the vatican says these tweets should not be considered infallible teachings. but they are pearls of wisdom. here is his first tweet. dear friends, i'm pleased to get in touch with you through twitter. thank you for your generous response. i bless you will of you from my heart. a social media expert thinks this is a good thing for the vatican. >> it's interesting because it is an opportunity for him to use this new platt form to reach out to this global community that he has established and reach them on this platform that is inherently based on engagement and exchange. >> reporter: speaking of engagement and exchange the pope will respond to a few questions about faith sent to him from his followers around the
like morten storm be an ideal recruit? >> what you had with anwar al awlaki the pied piper of western recruits, trying to draw on westerners not only to help in yemen but in attacking the west so with someone like mr. storm, you had a westerner, someone who had a passport could travel in western europe and someone who wouldn't fit the typical security profiles. >> storm said he had no doubt his efforts led to the death of al awlaki. while the story might be true there are a lot of people involved in these operations. >> absolutely. i think there's never a single piece to the puzzle in finding a terrorist like anwar al awlaki. there's usually multiple angles multiple sources, multiple ways of intelligence sources finding someone like him. no doubt there were operatives giving us information, giving other intelligence services information, but that's how intelligence work happens. it's putting pieces of a puzzle together, and i this i that's what happened here with finding and ultimately killing of anwar al awlaki. >> i was fascinated to see the western bride angl
pieces of his own soul. he was inventor, pitch man, and new wave pied piper all in one. tim cook is just a different guy. while he believes in the almighty product just as much. >> how are you not steve jobs? >> in many ways, one of the things he did for me that removed a gigantic burden that would've normally existed is he told me on a couple of occasions before he passed away to never question what he would've done. never ask the question what he would do, to just do what's right. >> brian williams' conversation with apple ceo tim cook. and you can see much more of that conversation tonight on rock center at 10:00/9:00 central time right here on nbc. >>> and we'll go back to london where the duchess of cambridge is now resting at kensington palace as hospital officials deal with fallout from the embarrassing prank call that got through to the hospital. michelle kosinski is with us once again. good morning. >> reporter: you know what? the more you hear of that phone call, the more incredible it seems that anyone, anyone could take those callers seriously. today the deejays themselves ar
long? you finally to pay the piper. >> of course. if you pay too quickly, which is what the fiscal cliff does. remember, we've never seen $600 billion out of the economy overnight. all the legislation kicks in then. you will get a very slow growth rate. in fact the growth rate will drop so much you will see that actually the debt-to-gdp ratio will probably rise after we go over the cliff, rather than drop. even with the cuts in spending. the greeks found it out. the spanish found it out. the italians found it out of the austerity is dangerous. tracy: you also know by now how congress works. well they really don't. so maybe, you know, pulling the drug from the drug addict, let them go through withdraw you will to sweat it out it is good for congress. they have no choice at that point. american people know how to handle things, we will rally back no problems and congress is taken out of the picture. >> if we go over the cliff, the first thing that will happen every american household will see take-home income go down 2%. we're going to have a very drastic cutback. i think we're both
as the blame george bush? i hate to end on a cliche but the truth is the piper must be paid. it is true in business and it will be true in politics too. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta tastehis soup. stuart: nicole petallides walking yum brand. what is going on with the stock? nicole: yum brands was dealt a blow, stock is down 3.5%, after looking at the food turns out kfc in asia and china supplied with chicken that contained excessive antibiotics as reporting the administration's sentiment, facing intense competition and forecast sales that were going to be lower, taiwanese chicken, they have been tense competition. here is the part that freaks me out for lack of a better term. eight of 19 baskets of the chicken samples were sent to the testing laboratory in 2010-2011 that contained overly high levels of antibiotics. this was going on for an extensive period. eight of 19 badges, less than
the skills, et cetera. wave pied piper. while how are you not steve jobs? >> in many ways. one of the things he did for me that removed a gigantic burden that would have normally existed is he told me on a couple of occasions before he passed away to never question what he would have done, never ask the question what steve would do, to just do what's reegt. >> see the entire interview tonight on "rock center" 10:00 p.m. eastern time on nbc. joining us is jonathan geller, editor-in-chief of "the boy gene success report." what's happened with the products is one thing and what happened with the stock price is another. why do you think the stock and cheap, bad made products to be competition. >> the other products are starting to take market share. >> they're taking market share but if you look at usage the ipad has 90% of all mobile browsing for tablets. people are buying them and not using them. they're not the type of person to buy movies and apps, so i don't think apple really cares about that to be honest. >> what do you think about the microsoft tablet out now? >> i don't like it. microso
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